Or... Linda Carter *today*, as Wonder Woman.
Or is she not alive at this point? Or does that matter?
Oh, she's far younger than I thought.
Although Godzilla isn't doing very well in the box office and getting mediocre reviews, if you're a fan of the original movies - King of All Monsters is probably the most authentic modern episode in the franchise to the original source material. It isn't a good "movie" - the human parts are kind of like the pizza guy showing up at a dorm room in a porn flick - you're just in it for the Kaiju fights - and those are pretty epic.
IG - I'll take that recommendation and watch.
The pizza guy shows up for the Kaiju fights? Hmm.. What kind of porn
flicks are you watching?
I know someone who once said that the best marriage advice anyone could get was "if you're going to fight with your spouse, fight naked. Once the clothes start coming off you'll usually forget about what it was you were fighting about."
I don't know if she actually followed that advice but she has four kids.
Mon Jun 17 2019 13:43:25 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredI don't know if she actually followed that advice but she has four kids.
So we can assume she had at least 4 fights with her husband. :)
Meh, you cannot get rid or remakes these days. Either they are running out of ideas, or more likely, they prefer to cash on brands they know to be safe bets rather to try original content. I wonder how many Godzilla films I will see publish before I die. And don't get me started with Disney remakes.
I am going to sound like the grumpy old guy of the board, but I am not getting interested in modern movie releases, at least not as often as I used to be. More and more I am turning to old films and shows, including those that predate color films. Modern ones are either remakes or are full of politics. There are some exceptions, and either big names and indies alike sometimes go bold and make something nice, but still...
Then you have what you have today. They take some film that was already good. Then they remake it for the shake of remaking it. I always think, what is the point? The only reason to remake something is to improve upon it, really. Taking a film that could have been good and wasn't, because the productor botched it back in the 40s, and then making it right, that is a worthy effort. Taking something that was already very good and remaking it is not going to work because chances are that you are not going to do it better this time.
That's not true.
I saw a Batman movie with Adam West in it.